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This series is especially designed to quickly improve your students' ability to understand and retain what they read. The A to D organization of the worktexts provides progressively challenging activities ranging from simple recall to evaluations requiring higher-older thinking skills. Skills presented are cumulatively reinforced; each worktext reintroduces and builds on skills taught earlier. Equally appropriate as a refresher course for on-level students or as primary instruction for struggling students. Features include: 28 dynamic lessons in every workbook. End-of-book tests provide easy progress assessment. Intriguing reading selection appeal to students of all ages. Confidence-building, two-page format. Challenging variety of response modes includes those found on standardized tests. Consistent review and reinforcement of fundamental comprehension skills. Critical thinking as a key component of "reading for meaning".

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Features include: 28 dynamic lessons in every workbook. End-of-book tests provide easy progress assessment. Intriguing reading selection appeal to students of all ages. Confidence-building, two-page format. Challenging variety of response modes includes those found on standardized tests. Consistent review and reinforcement of fundamental comprehension skills. Critical thinking as a key component of "reading for meaning".

Product Details

ISBN:
9781602913271
Publisher:
Saddleback Educational Publishing
Subject:
Juvenile Nonfiction : Language Arts - General
Author:
Greene, Janice
Subject:
Juvenile Nonfiction : Activity Books - General
Subject:
Activity Books
Edition Description:
Student
Series:
Read, Reflect, Respond
Publication Date:
20060901
Binding:
Electronic book text in proprietary or open standard format
Grade Level:
5-12
Language:
English
Pages:
63
Age Level:
10-17

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"Synopsis" by , Features include: 28 dynamic lessons in every workbook. End-of-book tests provide easy progress assessment. Intriguing reading selection appeal to students of all ages. Confidence-building, two-page format. Challenging variety of response modes includes those found on standardized tests. Consistent review and reinforcement of fundamental comprehension skills. Critical thinking as a key component of "reading for meaning".
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